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Dems storm out of Syria to meet with Trump: “We pray for his health”

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House majority Leader Steny Hoyer speaking after a meeting with President Trump on Syria.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House majority Leader Steny Hoyer announced at a press conference in front of the White house on Wednesday that she went straight from a meeting with President Trump on Syria policy after Communist apparently Pelosi called either a “third-rate politicians or third-class politicians,” suggested the mad, the Democrats will probably be appreciated, the Islamic state terrorists in the Middle East.

“What we saw on the part of the President, a core was to melt, sad to say,” Pelosi, D-Calif., noticed.

She said later, in the Capitol: “I pray for the President all the time, and I tell him — I pray for his safety and that of his family. Now we need to pray for his health-because that was melt a very heavy core on the part of the President.”

A Senior Democratic aide told Fox News that Trump began the meeting, which is apparently called the White house, with the note that “somebody wanted this meeting so I agreed.” Trump also reportedly Pelosi said, “I hate ISIS more than you do,” to respond to the initiative of Pelosi, “you know.”

Trump also noted, according to the senior source: “President Obama has a red line drew in the sand [in Syria]. In my opinion, you are a third-rate politicians.” (Schumer, D-NY, told reporters he heard Trump use the term “third-rate politician.”)

Pelosi, for her part, reminded Trump, to judge that the house had recently voted with an overwhelming majority, its policy on Syria.

The source told Fox News that Trump made a big show of a pointed letter he sent last week, the Turkish President, but the Democrats were unimpressed-was sent as the letter after the trump suit is effectively a green light to Turkey’s invasion of Syria, and apparently had no effect on the containment of the Turkish aggression.

As the Democrats went, Trump remarked, allegedly: “I’ll see you at the ballot box.”

Other democratic source familiar with the conversation told Fox News that Schumer of the resurrection began to read, the President is a quote from the former Secretary of defense James Mattis from Sunday: “And, in this case, if does not hold pressure, then ISIS will be back. It is a fact that you will come back, absolutely.”

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According to the source, Trump Schumer and replied that Mattis was “the world’s most overestimated General. Do you know why? He was not hard enough. I took on ISIS. Mattis said it would take two years. I took it in a month.”

Trump reportedly less than 100 ISIS said that prisoners had escaped in the midst of the Turkish aggression and the U.S. troop pullback in the Middle East, and the outliers “the least dangerous”. The Minister of defense Mark Esper, according to the source, confirmed the President of the number, but not in a way that those terrorists were the least dangerous. “I don’t know”,” Esper said Schumer, the source told.

The meeting was in the President calls the speaker a name, the source said, noting that Trump was “pretty nasty, so you have to go up to. She began to sit again, but Hoyer’s got to go. Pelosi and Hoyer walked out of the meeting.”

The source said Schumer stayed back for a minute to push Esper, whether the United States had specific intelligence that the Turks or the Syrians would be watching in any case, the other ISIS prisoners. Esper allegedly said they had no such reports.

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White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham dismissed the reports from the meeting.

“The President was measured, factual and decisive, while Speaker Pelosi, the decision is said to go was incomprehensible, but not surprising,” Grisham. “You had no intention of listening to, or a contribution to an important meeting on national security. While democratic leadership storm moved out and to cry in front of the cameras, all the others in the session chose to remain in the room and work for this country.”

Schumer, standing next to Pelosi at the press conference in front of the White house, apart claims of the discussion fell, while the politicians about the President discussed the retreat from Syria-and the Trump had said that “some of the ISIS were Communists, and they could make you happy.”

Trump, for his part, tweeted pictures of the session, including one that Pelosi and pointed her finger at the President. Trump captioning the photo, “is a Nervous Nancy from the joint unit-GAU!”

A convoy of the Turkish backed Free Syria army over the border to Turkey near the town of Azaz, Syria, on Wednesday. (AP Photo)

“I asked the President what his plan was to contain ISIS,” Schumer said. “He’s not really one. He said that the Turks and the Syrians, the guardian of ISIS prisoners. I said, ‘there’s no intelligence, the evidence Is that the Turks and Syrians have the same interest that the Kurds or we have in the guard, ISIS?’ And the Minister of defence, God had not said thanks, he was honest, ‘We have the evidence.’ So I said, ” How can we think this is a plan?'”

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Schumer added that the situation was “appalling” and that the President “offensive, especially on the speaker, but he called you a third-class politician. He said that it involved Communists, and you guys could be so. This was not a dialogue, a diatribe — was a nasty rant, not focused on the facts.”

Hoyer, D-Md., said the situation was unprecedented.

In this photo from the Turkish side of the border between Turkey and Syria in ceylanpınar, Sanliurfa province, southeastern Turkey, smoke billowed from fires in Ras al-Ayn, Syria, caused by bombardment of the Turkish troops, on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

“We were deeply offended by his treatment of the speaker of the house of representatives,” Hoyer said. “Unfortunately, the meeting has deteriorated, and to talk of a brand. … and highly offensive accusations of the President of the United States made. I was with six presidents. I have in many, many, many meetings like this. I’ve never seen, to treat a President so disrespectful to an equal branch of the government of the United States.”

The meeting came in the midst of the rapid developments in the Middle East. Trump, at the beginning of this week, entitled to sanctions against Turkey, after he had threatened to ruin the country economically, if there is something done that he considered to be “off limits” in his “great and unsurpassed wisdom.”

And Fox Business’ Trish Regan only President to receive a Wednesday, the letter from trump card for Turkey’s, urging the two to “work-out is a good thing!”

To establish the Syrian troops on Wednesday evening rolled into the strategic border town of Kobani, blocking a path for the Turkish military, which is a “safe zone”, free from Syrian Kurdish fighters along the border, which as part of its week-old offensive.

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The seizure of Kobani by the forces that showed loyal to Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad on a dramatic shift in northeast Syria: The city was to govern where the U.S. military and Kurdish fighters are first united to defeat ISIS in front of four years and holds powerful symbolism for the Syrian Kurds and their ambitions for themselves.

The convoys of the government forces went in Kobani after dark, a resident said. The residents, who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals, was one of the few remaining, amid fears of a Turkish attack on the city.

In this photo from the Turkish side of the border between Turkey and Syria in ceylanpınar, Sanliurfa province, southeastern Turkey, smoke belches from the targets in Ras al-Ayn, Syria, during the shelling of the Turkish troops, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019. The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on Wednesday on the Syrian-to leave Kurdish fighters, called the border area in the North-East of Syria,” as of tonight for the Turkey of the military offensive, despite pressure on him to call a truce and stop its incursion into Syria, now in its eighth day. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

Syria’s state media confirmed his troops in the city.

Syria’s presence in Kobani puts a fixed limit on the Turkish ambitions in the offensive. The city is located between a Turkish-controlled enclave further to the West, and in smaller areas in the East of Turkey seized in the past week.

The Turkey to create a 19-mile deep “safe zone” ride from had spoken, the Kurdish fighters from the border region. The Turkish forces had shelled Kobani in recent days, as part of the offensive, had but the advanced troops on the ground.

The battle for Kobani turned to pursue the once-nondescript town in the heart of the international campaign against ISIS, with TV cameras flocking to the Turkish side of the border, the feathers, the smoke of explosions in the besieged city. Then-US Secretary of state John Kerry said it would be “morally very difficult” not to help Kobani.

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The ISIS militants were finally driven out, which was cemented by the beginning of 2015 in their first major defeat, and an Alliance that eventually bring the group’s “Caliphate” in Syria.

Now, are the Kurdish authority in the agreement that Damascus to implement his military in the city and other parts of northeastern Syria to protect them from the Turkey-offensive started after Trump pulled back, the American forces working with the Kurds.

After leaving through the side of the United States, the Kurds turn to the Syrian government for the protection of the allowed Damascus’ allies Russia a step in the biggest power-player.

Fox News’ Chad Pergram and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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